Gopichand Hinduja: 'India will be third largest economy'
The Hinduja group is a global business which has interests in manufacturing, oil and gas, banking, mining, medicine as well as many other industries.
It was founded in 1914 and despite being worth billions of dollars with interests all over the world, it is still run like a family business with four brothers in charge.
Gopichand Hinduja is co-chairman of the group and one of the richest men in the UK. He rarely gives interviews but spoke to the BBC's Ben Thompson about India's role in the world, his thoughts on the Indian Prime Minister's first year in office, and how the country compares with China in terms of economic growth.
The first question was about the forthcoming referendum on whether the UK should stay or leave the European Union.
04 Aug 2015